Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Boo-tiful! 3D Inspiration


Happy day-before Halloween, crafty friends.  Julie here today from Muddy Paws & Inky Fingers.  The current challenge on the Get Inky! Challenge blog is 3D Holiday. Being so close to Halloween, I just HAD to create a "spooky" 3D character for some inspiration! 
 
 
This treat bag is cut out on my Silhouette and stamped with the Get Inky! Stamps 2013 Halloween set.  Isn't it adorable?  Perfect for a little treat for the ghosts and goblins in your life!
Make your own 3D project and link it up at the Get Inky! Challenge blog.  I'd love to see what you've been up to!
For more details about this treat bag, and to see what else I've been working on, please visit my blog!



Friday, October 25, 2013

Get, Inky! Challenge - Jessi DT


There is still time to enter the current Get, Inky! Challenge! Stop by HERE to find out the details about the Halloween and Buttons Challenge

Today I created a Halloween tag using the Get, Inky! Stamps Halloween 2013 stamp set:


Using Versamark ink, the background is created using the web stamp.
 The sentiment and spider images are added using black ink.  The ghost image is stamped and cut out.  
Googly eyes are attached to add some fun to the tag!

Cannot wait to see what you come up with for the Get, Inky! Challenge!

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Got Candy?


Hey stampers! Ashley here today with some Halloween inspiration for our Buttons on a Halloween Card challenge.

For my design team project I created quick and simple card using 3/8" Yellow/Orange Grossgrain Diagonal May Arts ribbon from Sparkly Sweet Craft Notions, whom I'm guest designing for this month. As soon as I saw this ribbon my immediate thought was candy corn, which inspired me to use the 'Got candy?' sentiment from Get Inky's Halloween stamp set:


The digital stamp is called "Cute Little Candy Corn" and is from Meljen's Designs. I colored it with copics Y13, Y15, Y19, YR04, YR07, and YR09. I used some Diamond Stickles on the swirls to add some sparkle. I adhered a button to the ribbon for a final touch, I love how it's a pop of white next to the digital stamp.

Thanks so much for stopping by today, and we hope to see you playing along in our challenge!

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

A bit of Halloween

Happy Wednesday!
 
Tonya here with a bit of inspiration for you. 
 
 
Get Inky Stamps Challenge theme is.....
 
 
 
Use Buttons on a Halloween Card
 
 
 
Here's my take on this challenge..............
 
I just LOVE this card and how it turned out.  For more details, head over to my blog.
 
 
Be sure to head over the challenge blog and enter in your creation.
 
 
 
Happy Haunting!
 
 
 
 
 
 

Monday, October 21, 2013

Kathy says "Bee Happy"

Happy Monday, to all our Get Inky! friends!!! 

Kathy here today from Up in the Night with Kat with some inspiration for you.  But first, I want to tell you how excited and honored I am to have been asked to be a Guest Designer for Get Inky! Stamps.  So THANK YOU, Thia, for this wonderful opportunity!!!

As many of you know, I just LOVE Get Inky! stamps . . . they are so versatile and so cute!!!  And because they are so versatile, I was able to use the "Buzzing Bees" stamp set on a fall card for this week's challenge on Get Inky! Challenge blog.
 

The current challenge on the Get Inky! Challenge blog is a Fall or Halloween card with buttons.  At first, I was unsure what I was going to do because I don't have the Get Inky! Stamps "Halloween Spooktacular 2013" stamp set (it is actually the only one I do NOT have . . . BUT it is on it way as we "speak" right now -- lol).  But then as I was looking out at my flowers, a light bulb went on . . . I saw some bees just buzzing around . . . going from flower to flower, collecting the pollen so they can make honey and store it up for the winter, and being a "country" girl, I knew this was something they do every FALL to get ready for winter.  

So there I had it . . . I was going to use my "Buzzing Bees" stamp set for my card.  



Since I needed more "generic" cards for my card stash, I decided to keep my card CAS (clean and simple) card for this challenge with just a little color from some twine.  In addition to my stamping, I used Marigold and Charcoal twine from the Twinery, wrapping it around the top-middle part of the card twice and folded up the bottom corner of the front of the card and attached a button.  I also used a little bit of "Frosted" Stickles on the wings of my bees to give them a little something.

Remember, the current challenge at Get Inky! was doing a card with a Fall or 
Halloween theme . . . with buttons as the a twist.

Thanks so much for stopping by 
. . . hope to see you again!!! 
 Kathy

Oh, one more thing . . . if you want to find out how to win a $15 gift certificate to 
Get Inky! Stamps from ME, click HERE to go to my blog "Up in the Night with Kat". 

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Challenge 15 Inspiration by La-Vie - Buttons on a Halloween Card

Have you heard??? 
There's a new exciting challenge over at the Get Inky! Challenge blog - Buttons on a Halloween card. It's my day to offer inspiration here and on the Get Inky Stamps blog.


I am crazy for chevron so I decided to make this fun Halloween card using Get Inky!'s 2013 Halloween Spooktacular set (available on Etsy) and buttons. Don't ya just LOVE the font?


The Get Inky! stamp is perfect for the occasion. I'm just in love with this style of card. I hope you enjoyed it and will consider joining in on the challenge and picking up some Get Inky! Stamps soon. For more details an info on this card visit my blog.


La-Vie 

Friday, October 18, 2013

Lyne's Boo Inspiration

     Hi everyone...Lyne here today.  I'm glad to be back trying to inspire you on how to use the wonderful stamps Get Inky makes.  The current challenge was doing a Halloween theme...with buttons as the a twist.
     I used the Halloween Boo which can be found on the Etsy shop.  For more info on how I created the card please head over to my blog.  Can't wait to see what you create for the challenge.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Buttons on Halloween -- a Little Spooky Inspiration

Happy Hump Day, Get Inky! friends.  Julie here today from Muddy Paws & Inky Fingers with some Halloween inspiration. 
 
The current challenge on the Get Inky! Challenge blog is Buttons with Halloween.  I absolutely love any chance I can get to play with the Get Inky! Stamps "Halloween Spooktacular 2013" stamp set, so I had a great time creating this card...
 
 
I give away many Halloween cards in the nursing home where I work, and I think someone will have a fun time getting this one!
I stamped the ghost 3 times, fussy cutting each of them, then "strung" them from the Halloween twine clothesline.  The ghosts and the wonderful sentiment, along with many, many more great images and sentiments, can be found on the Get Inky! Stamps "Halloween  Spooktacular 2013" stamp set.



Friday, October 11, 2013

Fall into Halloween!


Hello, Get, Inky! friends! It's Jessi from Kissin' Krafts!

Have you joined the Get, Inky! Challenge yet? Just a few more hours to enter the current Fall Colors Challenge! Stop by the Get, Inky! Challenge blog to see the details on how to enter!

Today I am sharing a CAS Halloween card using the Get, Inky! Stamps Halloween stamp set:


So it wasn't until I bought a bag of candy corn that I realized I used the wrong color order...oops! But, I still love how fun the candy corn stamps turned out!

Once again, you only have a few more hours to enter the current challenge! 
Hope you will join the Get, Inky! Challenge!

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Fall Colors Challenge ~ Sue B

Happy Day all!

Today I get to be guest designer here at Get Inky! Stamps for the Fall Colors Challenge. Well Fall colors makes me think of Halloween and I just had to make this special Halloween Birthday card. There is a special young lady turning 1 and we thought she would be a Halloween baby. Well, she made her appearance on my daughter's birthday on the 22nd and surprised us all! Here is the card I made:


Did you know that you can stamp directly on patterned paper to dress up your stamped images? I learned this from my dear friend Cardmonkey and opted to do this for my card. I used the 2013 Spooktacular Halloween set for the ghosts and the one eyed monster. I decided to cut the fence with black patterned paper too. 

See the sentiment? Well it is actually a combination of two different stamp sets. I used the 2013 Spooktacular Halloween set for the Boo-tiful and the rest of the sentiment is from the Beary Special Cupcake set. I enjoyed making this card and am planning on using this format for a scrapbook page for our grandchildren's Halloween pics. Thanks for coming by and sharing this time with me. Until next time.....

Susan B
http://susanascorner.blogspot.com/

Monday, October 7, 2013

Guest Designer Angel's Buzz...

Hi Inky Moonbeams! Today we have a post from our new Guest Designer, Angel. You have got to visit her blog HERE to read about where her inspiration for her card came from...it's an awesome inspirational story! She used the Buzzing Bees Stamp Set to create this adorable card:

And here's the inside:

We are thrilled to have Angel with us and look forward to many more of her creations! 

Don't forget to link your Fall Colored cards up over on our challenge blog HERE.

Thanks so much for joining us! Bee sure to visit our website HERE and read up on a new bit of fun we will have for you soon!

Until next time, have fun and Get Inky!


Sunday, October 6, 2013

FALL CHALLENGE




Hi Tracey here today!!!
 
This is my tag I have made for the challenge theme, great idea to but on a present for Halloween or thanksgiving!!
 
 
 
 
So I have used just one stamp for this but still looks affected!! The little pumpkin stamp is from
2013 Spooktacular Halloween Set 6x8" which you can get from the shop here.
 
So I have made the tag & around the edges using a distress inks. Then added a lovely shimmer brown card on top. Then stamp out the pumpkins & coloured in with my copic pens. Then punch a hole & added the twine to finish. A very simple tag but I think can be used for many things.
 
Thanks for looking today & please join in our Challenge which is here.
 

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Lyne's Fall Colors Inspiration

    Hi everyone...Lyne here with a guess designer post as inspiration for the current challenge: Fall Colors. 
     This was my first time using digital stamps, and it was a lot of fun.  It brought my back to coloring as a child. 



     I used the Funky Flower digi set, and Sailboat set.  Both can be found on the Etsy shop.  For more info please head over to my blog.  Can't wait to see what you create for the challenge.

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Fall Colours Card




Fall is my favourite time of year as I love seeing all the beautiful colours that Nature makes.  Today I am sharing with you a card I made that can double as a frame for a picture (Wallet size).  It is great for mailing as it folds completely flat.  This card looks like it is made of wood but that is just paper that I worked my magic on!  Seriously, nothing magical, just crafty.  I used the stamps from two sets by Get Inky! stamps  (available here).  
I used the 2013 Halloween set and the Love Bugs set.   The other supplies I used will be listed on my blog: Annmakes

Now stop reading this and go play, Get Inky! and enter the challenge.  Have fun, and thanks for stopping by.

Ann from the  Design Team

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

A Simple Thank You

Sometimes the most cherished 'thank yous' are the simplest ones! I love to have a stash of thank you cards on hand for those little moments when someone goes out of their way to help you. As a crafter, I like to say 'thank you' the best way I know how... with a card!


I created this card with the theme of our current challenge in mind - fall colors! The circles were cut with a 1" hole punch from Echo Park's new Reflections Fall paper collection. The 'Thank You' sentiment is from Get Inky's "Sew Sweet Cupcake" stamp set. 

Although the card is really simple it would be great to have a stash of these around during the fall months, or even sold in a set at a craft show!

Have a great rest of your week, and thanks for stopping by!
Ashley